1. a gentle movement of the fingertips on something
2. a movement in rowing to move a boat forward or back
3. ceberal hemmohage. An anerysm, an apopoloxy.
4. a jack off.
5. a 1981 hit for Billy Squier.
1. Quit stroking them damn shoes!
2. George's strokes propelled the canoe fast.
3. My grandfather died of a stroke.
4. Mark is stroking in the boy's room.
5. I heard "The Stroke" on the radio today.
... you know stroke's the word...
A horrible band. Songs lack meaning, depth, or substance. Known to burn ears. All songs consist of pathetic attempts at music. Weezer is like gods among mortals compared to Billy Talent. And Weezer sucks. Part of the new "rock", a generic term to describe todays pop with a guitar added in. Rock is, mostly, bands from pre-'00, "rock" is Billy Talent, Plain White T's, and any band that claims to be ________core(aside of course from some of the original hardcore). Mainly consists or emo fags who shop at hot topic, douchebags, and people generally lacking talent. Hence the pun that is Billy Talent.
I listened to Billy Talent. Now I need to take some Advil.
Why cant we have good music anymore? It's all crap like Billy Talent and Plain White T's.
Garage rock is a subgenre of rock'n'roll that dates back to the late 1950's when amateur bands exploded across the United States. The name comes from the assumption that bands practiced in suburban garages and were often very crude, but this belies the fact that they were diverse in their approaches, ranging from basic one or two chord wonders to very professional acts that even had regional hits. Some bands, like The Monks and The Velvet Underground, were even very experimental in their approach. For example, the Velvet Underground were as much influenced by avant-garde composers like LaMonte Young and Ornette Coleman as they were Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Link Wray and Bob Dylan. While the Monks were less influenced by the Avant Garde, their approach was unusual by using a banjo as a replacement for a lead guitar that gave a wiry sound, lyrics that bordered on surreal minimalistic rants, no use of cymbals and drumming that owed as much to polkas and military marches as they did rock'n'roll.more...
The most famous characteristics of garage rock are the Fuzztone guitar sound (as used on "The Witc...
1. Rock is a form of music that uses bass, guitars, drums and lyrics to support a central idea or cause. Lots of rock deals with sex and drugs, so for all you "metal heads" or "punk" dorks out there who say rap is meaningless and sucks, rock can, too. Lots of rock songs point out the flaws of society, Like most of the songs by System Of A Down and Rise Against. There are lots of subgenres of rock so take your pick, it's all awsome. Personally, I like classic bands like AC/DC, and Billy Joel. I also like KoRn and DevilDriver, so go figure.
And seriously, if you're going to place a stereotype or try and rip on any type of music, listen to it and remember that it's better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.
2. a usually hard material made of natually occuring elements.
1. "Hot funk, cool punk, even if it's old junk it's still rock and roll to me!" -Billy Joel, Still Rock And Roll To Me
"Why must we kill our own kind?" - System of a Down, BOOM!
"Welcome to the jungle, it gets worse here everyday. Learn to live like an animal in the jungle where we play!" - Guns and Roses, Welcome to the Jungle
2. lime stone, slate, granite, schist, etc etc
One who scams, tabs, bums or in some severe cases thieves another persons ganja and/or finds persuasive tactics to make the smoking of the herb more pleasurable to his/herself by diminishing the enjoyment of fellow marijuana smokers, or by denying any buds to spare to there always generous buddies who are really croking for a toking.
1.You don't have a bud to spare do you? I smoked all mine.
2.Listen man, your going to have to keep the bowl brewing for me, my hands are to cold.
3.Thanks for smoking me up man, ill pay you later, i need my five bucks to get a half.
4.Come on man, i coughed, that doesn't count as a puff.
5.Oh sorry dude, i thought you said five puff pass.
6.Thanks for lending me your pipe bro, i cleaned all the rezzin out for you.
7.Sorry man i have to nip this joint, i need some for when i get home.
8.I smoke up with a weed fiend and didn't get high :(
One of the Greatest Rock artists of the end of the 20th Century (Especially in the 80's).
His songs sound like no one else's, and he is considered to be a 'genre' by himself; his tunes seem to be for the mass market at first, but he actually deals with complex themes in 'Sweet Sixteen', 'Eyes Without a Face'; he even emphasizes society's new view on 80's phenomena such as the 'White Wedding', or the freeing of Sexual practices in 'Flesh For Fantasy'.
Even his name is no accident; one of his teachers in England complained that 'Billy is IDLE in class', which he later turned to his advantage under the stage name 'Billy Idol'.
- Hey, check out this guy on VH1 in leather pants with a platinum blond hairdo, hahahha!!!!
-YOU STUPID MUTHA, THIS IS BILLY IDOL THE GREATEST ROCK ARTIST IN HISTORY; NEXT TIME YOU SAY BS ON HIM I BE KILLIN' YA UNTIL YOU DIE, DIG IT! AND THE SONG IS 'FLESH FOR FANTASY', LEARN IT BY HEART MOFO!
FLESHHH!!! FLESSHHHHH!!! FLESSSSHHHHHHHH!!!!
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A Great Gothic Rock Band. Created In Chicago, Illinois in 1988:more...
Old Smashing Pumpkins:
Billy Corgan (Vocals/Guitar)
James Iha (Guitar/Backup Vocals)
Jimmy Chamerlain (Drums/Percussion)
D'arcy Gretzky (Bass)
Gish - May 28, 1991 (Caroline Records)(Virgin Records)
1. "I Am One" (Corgan, James Iha) – 4:07
2. "Siva" – 4:20
3. "Rhinoceros" – 6:32
4. "Bury Me" – 4:48
5. "Crush" – 3:35
6. "Suffer" – 5:11
7. "Snail" – 5:11
8. "Tristessa" – 3:33
9. "Window Paine" – 5:51
10. "Daydream" / "I'm Going Crazy" (hidden track) – 3.08
Siamese Dream - July 27, 1993 (Virgin Records)
1. "Cherub Rock" – 4:58
2. "Quiet" – 3:41
3. "Today" – 3:19
4. "Hummer" – 6:57
5. "Rocket" – 4:06
6. "Disarm" – 3:17
7. "Soma" (Corgan, James Iha) – 6:39
8. "Geek U.S.A." – 5:13
9. "Mayonaise" (Corgan, James Iha) – 5:49
10. "Spaceboy" – 4:28
11. "Silverfuck" – 8:43
12. "Sweet Sweet" – 1:39
13. "Luna" – 3:20
Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness - October 24, 1995 (Virgin Records)
Disc one – Dawn to Dusk
1. "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness" – 2:52
2. "Tonight, Tonight" – 4:14
3. "Jellybelly" – 3:01
4. "Zero" – 2:41
5. "Here Is No Why" – 3:45
6. "Bullet with Butterfly Wings" – 4:18
7. "To Forgive" – 4:17
8. "Fuck You (An Ode to No One)" – 4:51
9. "Love" – 4:21
10. "Cupid de Locke" – 2:50
11. "Galapogos" – 4:47
12. "Muzzle" – 3:44
13. "Porcelina of the Vast Oceans" – 9:21
14. "Take Me Down" (Iha) – 2:52
Disc two – Twilight to Starlight